On Tuesday, November 29th, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and Virginia State and Arlington County Officials visited the Technomics, Inc. HQ, in Arlington, VA, to recognize Technomics, a 100% employee-owned data analytics company, for their recent expansion and commitment to generate 150 jobs in Arlington County.

During the celebratory event, employee-owners were excited to hear about the future growth of the company and to welcome Governor Youngkin and other guests to the Technomics office. The event kicked off with an introductory speech by Rick Collins, Technomics’ Technical Director, outlining the company’s history and growth in Arlington County over the past 22 years. Rick also welcomed Technomics employee-owners, clients, State and County officials to the Technomics office, and introduced Virginia’s 74th Governor, Glenn Youngkin.


Governor Youngkin spoke passionately about the unique skills and capabilities of Technomics and the value the company delivers to their clients. He spoke about the importance of Technomics—and the Commonwealth—always acting with a clear sense of urgency.  He spoke fondly of the virtues of employee-ownership.  He thanked the Virginia Economic Development and Arlington Economic Development groups for their partnership with Technomics, Al for the welcoming invite and tour of the Technomics HQ, and the Technomics employee-owners for their continued effort and success with clients.  He also thanked Technomics for its dedication to contributing to the local economy and mentioned how he is excited to celebrate with Technomics in its upcoming stage of growth. During his speech, Governor Youngkin also spoke about the commitment that Technomics is making to continue to make “better decisions faster” by understanding client needs and providing best in class innovation to support their clients’ missions. He concluded his speech by saying how honored he is to partner with Technomics on their $1.7 million-dollar investment to expand the Technomics space and increase the Virginia job capability by 150 jobs.